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Cybercrime: January 2010

A selection of new key reports, books, journal articles and websites. All items are available on interlibrary loan through the JV Barry Library. Please contact your own library for assistance.

Books/reports

Conference Papers

Journal articles

  • Cybercrime
    Criminal justice studies 22(4) Dec 2009: whole issue
    Summary: Four articles on college students and different aspects of cybercrime: three on digital piracy, covering beliefs and practices, gender differences, and social learning theory; and one on differentiation in cybercriminal careers.
  • Securing the information highway / Wesley K Clark and Peter L Levin
    Foreign affairs 88(6) Nov/Dec 2009: 8 p
    Summary: The United States is already engaged in low-intensity cyberconflicts, characterized by aggressive enemy efforts to collect intelligence on the country's weapons, electrical grid, traffic-control system, and even its financial markets.
  • SMS spam : success for ACMA against 'a particularly vile form of behaviour' / Jane Quek and Catherine McGill
    Internet law bulletin 12(8) Dec 2009: 124-125
    Summary: The recent case Australian Communications and Media Authority v Mobilegate indicates that ACMA will come after corporations and individuals who spam consumers by way of SMS messages on mobile phones
  • The utility of securing the electricity supply / Ross Johnson, Chris McColm and Doug Powell
    Security management 53(12) Dec 2009: 45-51
    Summary: The multiple threats to electricity suppliers and how to minimise them are discussed.

Serials

  • IFPI digital music report
    International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), 2004 -
    http://www.ifpi.org/content/section_resources/dmr-archive.html